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BlazBlue SOUND COMPLETE BOX Disc 01 - Calamity Trigger

Platforms: Arcade, PS3, Windows
Year: 2019
Catalog Number: ASWJP-19003
Published by: Arc System Works

Number of Files: 17
Total Filesize: 213 MB (MP3), 502 MB (FLAC)
Date Added: Sep 12th, 2020
Album type: Soundtrack

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  # Song Name MP3 FLAC    
1. Calamitytrigger 1:37 7.88 MB 14.40 MB get_app
2. Blue-iconoclast (Short ver.) 1:45 7.81 MB 14.63 MB get_app
3. Rebellion 4:06 12.73 MB 32.37 MB get_app
4. Lust SIN 4:02 12.78 MB 32.68 MB get_app
5. Bullet Dance 4:48 14.48 MB 36.94 MB get_app
6. Queen of rose 3:51 12.39 MB 28.20 MB get_app
7. Catus Carnival 3:29 11.15 MB 25.42 MB get_app
8. MOTOR HEAD 4:41 14.03 MB 32.93 MB get_app
9. Oriental Flower 3:41 12.26 MB 27.94 MB get_app
10. Thin RED Line 4:11 13.47 MB 29.63 MB get_app
11. Gale 3:57 12.97 MB 30.80 MB get_app
12. Marionette Purple 4:00 12.84 MB 29.26 MB get_app
13. SUSANOOH 3:42 12.32 MB 28.40 MB get_app
14. Awakening The Chaos 5:10 14.61 MB 34.78 MB get_app
15. Blood Pain 3:54 12.79 MB 30.53 MB get_app
16. Love so Blue ~Blue Heartbeat~ 4:48 14.20 MB 37.20 MB get_app
17. Bang the Nail With Your Hammer 4:45 13.93 MB 35.58 MB get_app

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03:17 May 31st, 2021Offline

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Hey so the mixing on the entire Blazblue SOUND COMPLETE BOX is sugaring atrociously bad. I'm not 100% sure if it's that the music was ripped badly, that the uploader themselves put some awful high pass filter on it, or if it's something to do with the producers. I presume, if it's a production issue, and this is just my guess, considering how Guilty Gear X Heavy Metal Tracks, XX Accent Core, and Xrd are rather well mixed, is that whoever did the mixing for the SOUND COMPLETE BOX had zero clue what they were doing. Rebellion is a great test track. Compare the FLAC rips of Rebellion in this set to, say, the FLAC rips in BLAZBLUE MEMORIAL RECORD. You can just hear how sugaring obnoxiously caked one of the best tracks in the game is in the most offensively deep bass for literally no reason at all.

I mean it, the bass in these rips is so sugaring bad that it literally made me make an account just to complain about it. I'm probably not even going to use this account for anything. It's the most offensive bassy droning I've ever heard in music ever since I started taking my audio quality seriously. I highly encourage anyone reading this to just suck it up and deal with the crinkly highs of MP3s because the alternative is still some crinkly highs (I believe this is a Blazblue specific mastering issue, as MEMORIAL RECORD and the Cross Tag Battle rips don't have these issues) but with less offensively bad bass.

Seriously, listen to MOTOR HEAD, the bass is so buttsugaringly loud that parts of the track literally cut out. Now, I know what you're saying, "BUUUUUT ANGERY!!! MOTOR HEAD IS THE THEME OF TAGER, THE BIG STOMPY GUY, IT'S SUPPOSED TO MAKE LOTS OF NOISE!!"
Well, to that, I rebuke: sugar you, suck my nads, Potemkin is heavier and also cooler and yet his theme doesn't clip so badly. In fact, even in the days of GGXX on PS2 Burly Heart got pretty sugaring low tonally and yet never reached this level of clipping, because it didn't have sixty instruments all fighting each other for front and center stage, because the person who composed it, as well as the person who mixed it down (presuming they weren't both Daisuke) weren't sugaring stupid.

I end my rant with this: A specter is haunting the music industry. The specter of "music that isn't incredibly unpleasantly bassy." All the powers of the music industry have entered into a holy alliance to exorcise this specter; WMG and Universal, EMI and Sony Music Entertainment, Raycons buyers and Beats fans. Where is the party in opposition that has not been decried as audiopheliac by its opponents in power? Where the opposition that has not hurled back the branding reproach of auditory enthusiasm, against the more ignorant record labels, as well as against its most fiercely ignorant enablers?

Two things result from this fact.

I. The loudness war sugaring sucks, god I hate it.
II. It is time that the audiophiles should openly, in the face of the whole world, publish their views. Their aims. Their tendencies! And meet this nursery tale of the specter of audio clarity with a declaration: "Fuck you, stop buying this phooey, and stop buying these garbage, laden-in-filthy-bass headphones."